Kaziranga National Park

Kaziranga National Park Blog

Home to the highest population of great one-horned rhinoceroses, and highest density of tigers among protected areas in the world; the world heritage site and what not, Kaziranga National Park is indeed a must visit on a trip to India. Standing tall along the flood plains of the Brahmaputra River and against the backdrop of Eastern Himalaya, Kaziranga often draws a comparison with Africa for its rich natural bounty and quality of wildlife viewing. An elephant or jeep safari is a must in the park but if that's not what your idea of a perfect vacation, make your way to riotously colorful food markets or go away with the aroma of tea. The region boasts of fascinating secrets that can't unveil in one go.So, If you want a close look at Kaziranga National Park and all what things this captivating jungle is famous for, have a look at some first-hand experiences, written by our travel experts. From food to itinerary to safari information, each and everything aspect of the holiday in Kaziranga is covered in this section.

Kaziranga National Bamboo Park: A Great Step to Conserve the Bamboo Species

Taking a commendable step towards conserving bamboo, the Krishak Mukti Sangram Samiti (KMSS), farmer’s organisation has come up with a new park named Kaziranga National Bamboo Park which is going to be inaugurated on October 14, 2018. The farmerâ...

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NRL Dedicates Park and Ride Facilities to the Tourists at the Kaziranga National Park

A tourist car parking facility and provision for clean drinking water has been developed by Numaligarh Refinery Ltd. (Ltd) in the Kaziranga National Park near the elephant riding point at western range Bagori as part of the social corporate activit...

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Kaziranga: Aerial Supervision to Enhance Wildlife Security

Kaziranga National Park (KNP) in Assam has taken the security of rhinoceros and other wildlife to a new level with the addition of high-tech drones to monitor those areas which could not be covered on foot. This addition is a huge step towards the ...

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Forest Guard Dead After an Encounter with an Elephant Heard in Kaziranga

A member of the casual staff at Kaziranga National Park in Assam, lost his life on Monday, August 6. Ganesh Newar of Gorpal Forest Camp became the victim of the fury of a herd of elephants while on regular patrolling with his team in the evening. W...

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Special Force Appointed 90 Youths as Constables for the Security of Rhinos and Other Wild Animals by Assam Government

Chief Minister of Assam, Sarbananda Sonowal has given appointment letters to 90 youths as constables on Wednesday, 11th July 2018, to form a part of Special Rhino Protection Force (SRPF). These young men hail from the nearby villages of Kaziranga Nat...

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Kaziranga at the Risk of Losing its Corridors due to Mining

Image Credit: https://bit.ly/2s8bJRg Mining has caused a major threat to the conservation of tigers and various other animals in Assam’s most popular national park, Kaziranga. The survival of these animals and their habitat with their transit rout...

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